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HST 103, Week 1 Notes

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World History to 1600
Dr. Julia Troche
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HST 103: World History to 1600




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Date Created: 01/23/16
HST 103: World History to 1600 Spring SEMESTER 2016 INSTRUCTOR: DR. Julia Troche 11 January 2016 Lucy Australopithecus AL 288-1 Hodar, Ethiopia: Absolute Dating “Not Accurate” = Relative Dating “Sequence within each other” Evolution of the Homo Sapiens: 4.1 million yrs. ago > Australopithecus 1 million yrs. ago > Homo Erectus 200,00 - 35,000 B.C.E. > Homo Neanderthalensis Paleolithic Area “Old Stone Age” c. 2.5 million - 12, ooo B.C.E. yrs. ago Defining Characteristics: I.  Used of knapped stone tools II. Human foraging food Climate “ Coincides with Pleistocene” Life: - Hunting and Gathering Society “Small Groups” - (Modern bands are c. 30 - 50 people) 1 - Food Foraging (Women) Big game hunt (Men) “Gender Activities” - Evidence of Social Distribution Culture: - Venus, Mother Goddess; figurines; Willendorf, Lespugue, Brassempouy - Cave paintings - Music Neolithic Revolution “Sedentary” - Agriculture (Discovery) - Mud, brick, timber (Dwelling) - Polished stone (Tools) - Animal skin (Clothes) - Shorter Life Expectancy (Health) Life: - Permanent - Increased protection of stoned/ growing foods - Increased property, Social distinction - Trade - Plants/ Animals - Increased Human Population - Emergence of Towns * Keyword “Tell” (Mound) 13 January 2016 Emergence of Language and Writing: - Language is not Communication - Written/Liberal/Gesture Language is a formal symbol system that has structural qualities including morphology, semantics and syntax I.  Continuity Theory II.  Discontinuity Theory Biological V. Cultural Origins 2 Founder: Noam Chomsky and Universal Grammar - Pirhan, Everett - “Phoneme” (Sound) - “Ideogram” (Idea) - “Rebos” (Two words together form a feeling through images) 15 January 2016 *Keyword “ Cartouche” (represents the king’s name for protection) Earliest writing System: Cuneiform “Writing” wedged shaped (3500 B.C.E.) name of a script, used to write Akkadian and Sumerian language *Keyword “ Clay Bullae” ( Demotic Cursive); Egypt ABYDOS e. Tomb v-j artifacts Tools: hieroglyphs/Hieratic “Cursive” Phoenician Alphabet Phonograms: signs that represents sound Ideograms: signs that represents ideas Determinative: has no phonetic value, adds information about the category 3


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